ROW Update

Telus wheels out, flies out and gets pushy
Telus Corp. and its mobile network operating arm Telus Mobility are busy in the wireless space these days. Last week saw four announcements from the companies. First Telus Mobility unveiled its Satellite-equipped Radio Cell Sites On Light Truck (SATCOLT – sic) system, a mobile WAN for emergency voice and data links, meant for emergency services like fire and police.

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Telus Drives Off with Bell Customer

GM adopts multimedia hosted IP

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Simple Steps to Project Success

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Raising the Broadband Bar Without Breaking the Bank

Nearly 1.5 million Canadians still lack access to high-speed Web connectivity

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Asterisk: A Rising Star of Open Source Telecom

What does open source software have to do with telecom management? A lot, if Digium Inc. has its way. This communications equipment provider in Huntsville, Alabama, oversees development of the dominant open source IP-PBX, Asterisk.

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Open the Door for Open Source

How to make a decision on open source software

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Megatrade: A Sharing Group for the Twenty-First Century

Shared telecom purchasing brings lower prices, better service to securities industry
The notion of a sharing group, an alliance expressly for the purpose of negotiating group discounts from telecom suppliers, would seem to make a great deal of sense to telecom users. Each member saves on its telecom services costs because the group can negotiate larger discounts than members can on their own. And the organization administering the group takes on the burden of supplier management.

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Decima Reports Expands

Stefan Dubowski, who wrote our lead editorial this issue, has just joined the Decima Reports team as Telemanagement’s Managing Editor. A graduate of the University of Western Ontario (literature) and Centennial College (journalism), Stefan was previously an editor for IT World Canada.

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Broadband Is an Essential Service

It’s been said people my age (31) and younger use the Internet as their prime mode of communication. After one day living without email or a Web browser, I believe it.

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